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Sarah Boxley Beck ’98, Chair
Sarah Boxley serves as Board Vice Chair as well as chair of the Institutional Advancement and Development committee. Sarah Boxley earned her BA in Economics from Wake Forest University and worked in marketing for a mutual fund company and then in pharmaceutical sales before moving back to Roanoke in 2011. She is the recipient of the Alumni Service Award (2015) and served on the Alumni Board for many years, most recently as President in 2014-15, while also/still serving on the Board of Trustees. Sarah Boxley and her husband Carl have two children, daughter Anna Belle ’34 and son William ’29.
Talfourd ‘Fourd‘ H. Kemper, Jr.
Fourd has served as Chair of the Board of Trustees for the past 2 years. Fourd is of Counsel with Woods Rogers PLC with a focus on mergers and acquisitions, venture capital financing, securities, licensing and other intellectual property matters, and the representation of high-tech entrepreneurs. He received a bachelor’s degree in economics from Duke University and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Virginia School of Law, where he served on the Editorial Board of the Virginia Law Review. Fourd and his wife Kelly have three current students at North Cross and two Class of 2019 graduates.
Janet Dunn Frantz
Janet serves as chair of the Trustees Committee. Janet has a BA in Economics from Wake Forest University and enjoyed a career in commercial banking and private banking with Bank of America and predecessor institutions. She is a very active community volunteer, having served on the national board of directors for Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation and has also served many local organizations in the Roanoke Valley. Janet currently serves on the board of Carilion Medical Center. She is a past president of the North Cross Parents Association. She and her husband, Jim ‘75, have two grown children, Spencer ‘08 and Mary ‘11.
John D. Lugar
John is the president and founder of Virginia Varsity Transfer, Inc., a regional moving company serving the Eastern and Central United States and Virginia Varsity Storage, Inc., a local self storage company operating 5 locations. John founded the transfer company in 1988, storage in 1999, and serves as president of both companies. John has served on the boards of: The Roanoke Jaycees, The Better Business Bureau of Western Virginia, The Roanoke Regional Chamber of Commerce, The Roanoke Valley Convention & Visitors Bureau, Health Focus of Southwestern Virginia, Salem Presbyterian Church, Session, The Backbone Club (Past President), Mill Mountain Theatre, Roanoke Valley Association of Realtors Economic Development Committee (Current Chair), American National Bank, Roanoke Advisory Board, Virginia Self Storage Association Board, and Virginia Movers & Warehousemen’s Association (Past President). Mr. Lugar also co-founded Valley Forward, a young professionals advocacy group that launched an ongoing, annual greenway fundraiser, Gallop 4 the Greenways. He received Radford University’s Young Alum Award in 2001, and Virginia Varsity Transfer, Inc. won the inaugural “Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics” and was a national finalist in 2001. Mr. Lugar lives in Roanoke City with his wife and two children, Henry ‘25 and George ’28.
George I. Vogel, III ‘93
George is a member at the Vogel and Cromwell Law Offices firm and is admitted to practice in Virginia. His areas of practice include real estate, civil litigation, estate planning, and corporate law. He graduated from Washington & Lee University with a B.S. before receiving his Juris Doctorate from William & Mary Law School. He is a current member of the Roanoke Bar Association, the Virginia Bar Association, and the American Inn of Courts, and he is a past member of the Franklin County Bar Association, the Smith Mountain Lake Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors (past president), the North Cross Alumni Association (past president), and the Roanoke Country Club Board of Governors (past president). He has two current students at North Cross: Tanner ‘22 and Eliza ‘26.
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